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LOS ANGELES DAILY HERALD.
VOL. XXXI.—NO. 54. AITIUSEiaENTS. 11 RAND OPERA HOUSE. IT 11. 0. Wyatt, Lessee and Manager. Ist-irtiiiiingT November 26th, Matinees TIiUP.SD a V (Tharksgiving Day) and SATURDAY. Holiday Engagement of the Representative Irish • American Actor, D AN ■ L BULLY, And his Complete Comedy Company. Moadav, 1 The charming domestic play, Wednesday I DADDY NOLAN, Wednesday th Max Arno , d . Master Mai Thursday eve. | vey) Mrs , Kneafs, Mile. Arzula, Saturday mat. J aud others Tuesday eve. I THE CORNER GROCERY. Thursday man Friday-THE CAPITAL PRIZE. Saturday eve.-DADDY'S TRTIST and SULLI VAN'S VACATION. n'2l tl ALIFORNIA DIME MUSEUM & THEATER North Main street, near First. Doyle & Isaacs Proprietors. Wkek Commencing Saturday, Novfmber 17. MORE NOVELTIES! NEW ARTISTS! E. M. Brnmage, Clever Comedian: Dwyer and Buckley, Character Artistß; Miss Nellie De Mar, Accomplished Vocalist; Geo. Manning, Versatile Comedian; Miss Kitty Hoyt, Sou brette; Walter Ooldie, Favorite Vocalist. MUSEUM. Return of General Cardenaß, the Marvelous Mexican Midget; Prof. Queen, Mystifying Ma gician; Capt. Smith Cooke, Kentucky Giant; Caddie Young, Beautiful Albino Girl; Prof. Greiner, Punch and Judy, etc. Doors open from 10 a. a. to 10 m. Admission, 10c. Reserved seats 10c. extra. mURNEK HALL. (ilt.lMl MASQIERADE BALL WILL BE OIVKN ON THE Ist OF DECEMBER, 1888, BY THE GERMANIA LODGE, No. 241, A. 0. U. W , For the Benefit of the Relief Fund, Three Pr'zcs to be given. For the best mask, the most original costume, tne best group nl9-14t gIXTH ANNUAL BALL —OF— OBANCE CiKOVE LODGE NO. »7, BROTH IiIIHOOD LOCOMOTIVE FIREMEN, THANKSGIVING EVE, Wednesday November as, 1888, AT ARMORY HALL. Grand March at 8:30 Sharp. Tickets 91, MUBIC BY DOHS ORCHESTRA. 1)25 It* JJROF FISCHER'S DANCING ACADEMY, 229 S. SPRING ST. THANKStiIVINti EVE SOIREI, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28th, Regular Friday Evelng Soiree, NOVEMBER 30th. Pupils of all ages received at any time. n25 It ■pROF. FISCHER WILL (JIVE A Grand Thanksgiving Matinee, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29th, AT 3 P. M. Ladies' and Gentlemen's classes meet Mon day and Thursday evenings. Private lessons (riven. n25-lt T>ROF. WETHER ELL'S DANCINU ACADEMY, Panorama Hall, Main St., bet. Third and Fourth. CLASSES—AduIts, Monday and Friday even ings; children, Saturday afternoon at 2 p, m. Private lessons at any hour. For terms call on or address Prof. Wetherell, at the Ardmour, Sixth and Fort sts. Hall for rent. n23 lm jgECOND-STREET PARK. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25th, GRAND SWIMMING MATCH, EXHIBITION BY CAPT. JOHN WILLIAMS, The King of the Sea, Champion Swimmer of the World. AFTER THE EXHIBITION, A GRAND BALL. Admission to Park and Menagerie, 10c. o9tf mHE GRANDE3T SIGHT IN LOS ANGELES X is the SIEGE OF PARIBI Main and Third sts. Open dally (including Sundays) from 9A. m. to 10 p. M. Admission—2so. n7-lm ANTsT~PERBONALB, AND OTHER AD vertisemtnts under the following heads inserted at the rate of 5 cents per line for each Insertion. " [B.EETINU NO • ICES, ANTI-CHINESE DKMO cratic Club will meet Monday evening at their clubroom, corner of Rose and Davis St., to arrange for the city election. All are invited to attend. C. WHITE, Secretary. n25-2t "\TOTICE —THE MEMBERSOF LOS AN- a 1> geles Lodge, No. 42., aud of all sister lodges, are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral of our late Bro. A. S. Clarke/ > (who died in Florence, Cal., November 23, 1888,) on Sunday, November 25th. Funeral service at 2 p. m. from Masonic Hall, Spring st. By order of the W. M. D. J. CARR, Secretary. Express copy. n24 It COLONEL J. J. HICKMAN, THE NOTED temperance lecturer from Kentucky, will deliver an address on the Relationship of the Liquor Traffic to the Welfare of Bociety, at the hall of Morris Vineyard Lodge, No. 126, I. O G. T , corner Main and Laurel sts., Monday evening. Nov 2<ith. The public are respect fully invited to hear the question discussed by one of the most able speakers in the country. Admltsion free. n25 2t* SPECIAL NOTICES. Angeles Bt. Ladles only. nl* lm* ffii A—MIDWIFE AND NURBE; 20 YEARS' •PIU experience. Electric P. O. E. HOLMES. n23 lm ING UP TELEPHONE 602 FOR WOOD and coal. Wood for fireplaces a specialty. 242 8. Alameda st J. P. WaNVIG, n23 7t LANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR COT tages.SlO; forB-roomhouses,sls. J.FRIED LANDER, architect, 23 N. Spring at. 524 12m XCELBIOR STEAM LATJNBBY—MAIN office permanently located at No. 15 West Second st. Laundry 184 Wall St. All order, promptly attended to. Telephone 367. n2stf 183 AMANDA WELCOME,THE MAGNETIC electrician, is now prepared to receive pa tientß for electric-magnetic massage treatment, or electric baths, at rooms 103 and 104 new Wilson block. Ladles only. n2a 3t» E CAN BUILD COTTAGKd AND HOUSES of all descriptions for less money than any contractor in town, It will pay you to get our figures and ideaa H you intend building We mean business and guarantee satisfaction Address P. O. box 1452, City. nl81m» I~H ORDER TO LESSEN THE RUSH OF THE last few dajs before Christmas, I will dis count 5 per cent, all collday soods bought bo fore December 20th. 8. A. WIDNEY (at the old stand), 22 N. Main st. n2O lm RS. L. S. BOWERS, BKER e«s and astrologer, a lady well-known to be truthful and reliable. Rooms 31 and 32 New ell block, bet. Main and Spring. Gents, $2; la dles, $1.50. ul6 lit* . SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 1888.—TEN PAGES. PFKSONAE. DIVORCK AND CRIMINAL LAW A HPKOl alty. Advice free. W. W. HOLCOMB, At torney, 11 Temple street, Room 10-12. ji29-tf AT THE EAKNKSr REQUEST OF MY UUSI ness frit'nds I offer myhetf as independent candidate fur councilman of the Fourth ward K. N. WALTON, architect and builder, Mnfflt house, 28 Oavies St. n2H 7t Yl KB. PARKER, CLAIRVOYANT, CONSULT ill tatlons on busiueHs, law suits,mineral spec illations, love, marriage, absent friends, dis aases, life-readius, etc. 2S South Spring street, Room 15. 9a. M. to 6P. M. 029-tf DAY OR EVEN 1 Nit LESSONS IN SHORT HAND and typewriting, by practical court reporter. Tvpewn ers for rent. ft. F. HANSON & CO., 75 North Spring-It., room 16 uH-lm* EOST AND FUND. CAME TO THE SUBSCRIBER—A WHITE cow, with 20 feet of rope. Finder will call for it, the City Gardens, Eighth and San Pedro st*., and pay expenses. u25-2t* lO.STI O.ST — A BLACK MAKE COLT, SMALL J white spot on forehead, little white on off hind foot. Finder will be suitably rewarded by returning same to 422 Buena Vista st n23 7t* LOST— A~ GENTLb.M AN.-> GOLD MASONIC charm, with Knights Templar pendant. The pin is made from two tiger claws suspended from a silver sabre, 0 n thi; back of which 1b engraved "H. G. H. to O. 8., 11, 15, '88." A suitable reward will bo paid by retaining the same to MONTGOMERY BROS., jewellers, 18 N. Spring st n25-lt WANTEO-IKMALE HELP. WANTED — ROOM 26 SCHUMACHER Block Nuib-.'S, governessrs, cooks, cham bermaids aud first-class general female help to fill the best situations in the city. NEW ENG LAND EMPLOYMENT OFFICE, 7'N. Spring st. n22 lm WANTED—SITUATIONS. WANTED— BY A GERMAN GIRL—SITU ation to do general housework. Addrc s Box 502, city. n25-2t* ANTED—SITUATION TO DO GENERAL housework by a competent colored girl. Call at 136!£ S. Spring St., room 36. n24 2c* WANTED SITUATION—IB A FIRST CLASS TT French lauudryinan, either washing or ironing Desires situation iv hotel or family. Address JOSEPH L., No. 11 Los Angeles street. n22 7t* WAN XX »—M ISC EL LAN IS OUS. WAN iKI)-PICTURE? TO FRAME. CHKAP est place at BURNS'. 231 S. Spring st. VITANTED-noO MECHANICS TO KNOW VV that they can get nice rnoni6 for $1.25 por week, or $5 per mouth, at the Eureka House, cor. Second and Geoiglasta. J. P. CALDWELL. u25 It* WANTED-SALESMEN. SALESMEN— WE WISH A FEW MEN TO sell our goods by sample to the wholesale aud retail trade. Largest manufacturers in our line. Enclose 2 cent stamp. Wages $3 per day. Permaneut position. No postals an swered. Money advanced for wages, adver tising, etc. CENTHNNIAL MANUFACTUR ING CO , Cincinnati, Ohio. n2l WiVsuu lot* FOR RENT- -ROOMS. fnOR RENT — HANDSOMELY FURNISHED J; rooms. "The Ramsey," 217 W. Second st. n'2l-lm* OR RENT— IURNIsIIED AND UNFUK nlshed rooms in the new Postofiice Block on Fort st., near Sixth. Apply upstairs. u2O lot OR KHNT^TWO - nIcELY FURNISHED rooms and good board with private family, 212 East Fifth street,for gentlemen. n22 4t* 1~10 R REN T—U NF U R NI S Hi ED RO 6MS IN 1 Norton block, cor. Seventh and Hill sts.; ti tics t locality in city: prices reasonable. n2sJ7t*_ OR RENT — FURNISHED AND UNFUI? nlshed rooms, in the Millar Block, 37 and 39 S. Fort Btreet, bet First and Second. Prices reasonable n2l-7t* FOR RENI —HOUSES. FOR RENT—TWO NfcW WELL FURNISHED five-room houses 139 East l'ico street. n22 4t* FOR RENT—COTTAGE OF 7 ROOMS AND bath, 631 Center street, bet. Macv and AH so. Rent $25. Inquire 441 N. Main. u2l 7t* IjlOR REN l -l ROOM HOUSE AND 5 AC RES ' for $10 per month; or house and lot for $7.00 per mnnth Apply between 9a. m. and 2 p.m., CHAS. VICTOR HALL, S. Spring. n23 lm FOR RENT—I2-ROOM LODGING HOUsF, situated at No. 451 S. Main. Rent $110; long lease. Will sell furniture good as new for $000 cash. Must be i old. Loon into th is, es It is a bargain. Apply to S. BROWN A CO., No. 10 W. First St., or 451 S. Main. n24 3t "CTOR RENT-10-ROOM HOUSE ON PEARL V St., bet. Eighth and Ninth; handsomely pa pered: flue gas fixtures and all modern lm provements. BRYAN & KKLSEY, 17 N. Spring Bt. n2otf OR RENT-HOUSE OF 9 ROOMS, WITH all modern improvements, on Figucroa st, bet Pico and Washington sts.; cars pass the door. Rent, including water, $52 per month. Enquire of owner, 340 S. Main st. n2-lm* FOR RENT—MISCELLANEOUS. CVOR RENT—STORES ~ON~ MA^nT^BPRIN " Fort and other streets; hotels, apartments, houses, etc. A. L. TEELE, corner Second and Fort sts. n2tf OR~RENT—FARMING LANDS IN THE Ban Fernando Valley, from 5 to 10 miles from Los Angeles. Apply at at office of PRO VI UENCIA LAND, WATER AND DEVELOP MENT CO., No. 18J-S S. Spring st. n25-lw 1,-HIR REST —40-ACRE RANCH, ALFALFA ' laud, 20 minutes walk from Long Beach Junction. San Gabriel liver runs ihrough; wa ter right free; house, barn, chicken house, and fenced around. Inquire of 11. VICTOKSON, S. P. machine shop, City. n2l-Bt* HOARD AND LODUINU. IjUIRNISHED ROOM 3 WITH BOARD, $6 ! and $7 per week. Address, 217 W, First st. n'2s-3t OGERS HOUSE—TEMPLE ST. AND UNION aye.—Everything new; elegantly fur nished rooms; first-class table; electric call and return bells; experienced management; every needful s< rvice rendered lv the best Eastern hotels; Temple-st. cable cars at door; prices and accommodations defy competition. nBtf FOR SALE. F~ "OR SALE-TWO LADIES' TICKETS TO Kansas City. Apply at 41 8. Fort st. ulB-tf I~l\OR SALE—COVERED WAGON, CHEATS 1 115 Buena Vista st n2r> lit* NEW AND SECOND-HAND GOODS BOUGHT aud sold by WM. P. MARTIN & BROS,, 349 8. Spring Bt. o3olm <EO Ortfk WILL BUY HOUSE OF SIX rooms, bath, and cement side walk! near Ninth and Pearl streets. HOWE, 9 North Main street. nll-lm FOR SALE—S4,OOO—RIDING SCHOOL IN San Francisco, valuable horses, etc., large covered school lighted by gas; livery and boarders. First-class business. H. X., office of this paper. n22-10t* FOR SALE—Country Property. Pasadena and on Vermont aye,, south. For particulars apply to L. F. QUIMBY, P. O. box 1617. s2O-3m* FOR SALE OR RENT-LARGE TWO-STORY bouse, 14 rooms, completely furnished, Slenty water, two blocks west of Raymond :otel. Apply to P. Peck, P. O. box 327. Pasa dena,Cal, or John Maksii, 41 and 43 8. Spring st. nlB-lm* SPECULATORS AND CAPITALISTS ATTEN tion. For sale 110 acre Improved horse ranch, abundant water supply; the whole good alfalfa land, well fenced and cross fenced, only four miles west of city and suitable for subdivision. Price only $125 per acre; atengc incoming $200 per month. Apply to W. DENBY, 113 W. Flrßt St. n22-lm IIOR BALE—A MOST BEAUTIFUL HOME; 1 10 acres all in bearing orchards and vines; 2-story house, all furnished: plenty of water; fine sulphur springs; no fogs; altitude 2000 feet; title perfect; railroad offices at the door; school, postofiice, everything is convenient; will sell or exchange for property that Is satis factory; will simply add no better bargain will be offered In the market; come look at it JNO. LANG, Lang station, 3. P. R. R.; LaDgP. 0., , Cal. nl3tf FOR SALE—City Property. ENORSALE— LuNG LEASE AN 11> FUk'nIIURE 1 of a hotel—central location—good reason for selling. A J. Vim., room 1, Spring and First sts. n25-3t FOR SALE—SI,4OO, A NEW PLASTERED 4 room cottage near cars, on installment Plan, four or Hve years. R. F. MALTER, Arch itect and Builder, Moilit House, 28 Davis St. nlB-14t* FIOR SALE-$25 CASH AND $10 PER MONTH buys a lot on horse car line; 30 minutes from center of city ; prices $290 to $500; pure water free; cheaper than rent. A. L. TEELE, agent, Second and Fort sts. n2tf \i\ ' ASH—BALANCE $50 PER : UNTII for an elcgart seven-room house, batn, etc.i on clean side of Elevenih st, near Pearl st. Price. $3,200. Apply to owner, I S Sherman, 133 W. First st; room 3. n25-tf ©OKA CASH—BALANCESSO PER MONTH, fine house, five rooms, bath, etc., one and one-half blocks from Main St. Price, •2,600. Apply to owner, I. S. Sherman, 133 W. First St.. room 3. n25 tf MO I: SALE—A BARGAIN, $050 CASH AND r $20 a month, will bny a $l,too, new, fi-room house and lot; city water; fruit trees; 1 block from street cars aud electric light; no mud; best part city. GEO. E. WEAVER cor. Steele and Main, near Jefferson. u23 3t* JjlOR SALE—ONE OF THE MOST CONVEnT- C ent 8-room houses you ever saw; the rooms are all large; 4 gratis in the house; plenty of closets: good bath-room; good story-nnd-ahalf barn, and all new; yon will say It ib well worth tne money we ask, if you see it, MILLER & HERP.IOTT, 34 N. Spring st. n5 tf TO EXCHANUE. WANTED - ACRE PROPERTY IN Ex change for city property. 25 E. Second st. n24 3t* fiA LIFORNfA AND EASTERN PROPERTY yj for exchange McDONALD, room 8 Wilson Block, corner of Spring aud First sts. n22 lm TTIOR SALE OR~ EXCH ANGE-BEST PAYING Jj livery, boarding, sale and feed stable in the city: small capital required; owner sick. Ad dress P. O. Box 151. nl-lm. FOR EXCHANGE OR SALE-4,000 PIECES of property; business buildings, houses, lots, ranches, Eastern property, etc., etc. Big cest list in city. J. C. WILLMON, 128* W First st. nl-lm BUSINESS CHANCKS LIKCIT STAND FOR SALE OR J; at 303 E. First st., for horse or buggy, or other good property. n24 2t AC. STEVENS <fc CO.. 10 WEST FIKsT StT . Business chances of all kinds. Fo tv-roomed lodging h* use to exchange for real estate; must sell at once n4 tf STEVENB * CO. FINANCIAL. MONEY TD LOAN IN SUMS TO »(Jlt7~fTc~ ANDERSON, 28 N. Spring. n2tf MONEY TO LOAN. NO COMMISSIONS! CHAMBERLIN BROS., 34 N. Spring st. 028 lm* \|ONEY TO LOAN—MORTGAGES BOUGHT SL and sold PICKIT & KELLEY, 302 N. Main st. uIG lm T~O LOAN —$1. 000. REASONABLE RATE ON improved property. L. A. FINANCIAL AGENCY, IN. Fort Bt. o3ltf MONEY TO LOAN ON BEST SECUKITyTTn sums over $1,000. ROBERT HARDIE, 81 and 83 Temple block. o26tf $500,000 room 1, new Wilson Build ing, First and Spring. n3-lm ffi.fi A iW \i \ T0 LOAN ON FIRST-C L ABS ©01/.UIJIJ mortgages, 10 percent.net. BYRAM & POINDEXTER. 19 W. First st. n23 lm M~~ ONEY TO LOAN—IN SUMS TO SUIT, ON first-class improved cl y property, at cur rent rateß. POMEROY Si GATES, 16 Court St. E2O lm M~ ONEY TO LOAN IN HUMS TO SUIT ON improved city property. OTTO BRODT BECK. Rooms 20 and 21, Schumacher block, No. 7 N. Spring st. nlB lm 81 AA AAA TO "$200,000~ WANTED—TO •3>IUU>UUU take controlling interest in a savings aud loan institution Address C. M. WELLS <fc BURKS, cor. Temple and New High sts. n23tf ANTED— TO BUY WHOLE OR~ Con trolling Interest In country bank. Cor respondence solicited. Address "Banker," this office. n23 7t* rTwTORD~A^ccIiEARY STILL LOAN on chattels, real Estate, etc. $10 up. Room 10, over Los Angeles National Bank. Notes and mortgages discounted. nl3-tf MORTGAGES and Contracts bought. Short time loans made. CALIFORNIA LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY. Rooms 9 and 10, Phillips Block. 027-lm LOS ANGELES LOAN AND TRUST COM pany (incorporated capital, $100,000), No. 136 N. Main Bt.. loans its own money on lands and city property, buys and sells conservative securities; also agent for 6 and 7 per cent. San Francisco money on inside city property and large ranches. o26tf Kill'CAT! ON A 1,. LEVI EL E, TEACbTeR French by the natural method. 117 N. Hope st. 031 lm* HINA PAINTING, FIRING AND GILDING. MYRAE. KINSEY, 221 S. Spring Bt. Full line china colors. n6tf NIGHT SCHOOL—LOS ANGELES BUSINESS College and English Training School. Tem ple and New High sts. D. B. WILLIAMS, Prin. nlStf THE LOB ANGELES CONSERVATORY OF Music, No. 406 S. Main St. Complete course either In music, art, language or elocu tion. MRS. EMILY J. VALENTINE, President. LOS ANGELES BUSINESS COLLEGE AND English Training School, cor. Temple and New High sts. Experienced teachers; complete courses of study. Day and evening sessions. D. B. WILLIAMS, Prill. oBot «IT. PAUL'S SCHOOL FOR BOYS WILL BE- O Kin September 5, 1888, ending Juno 12, 1889, in the Parish Schoolhouse in rear of St. Paul'B Church on Olivo st. For paiticulars apply to MISS F. R. JOHNSTON, Principal, 435 S. Olive St.. Los Angeles, Cal. 031 lm yyOODBURY'S BUSINESS COLLEGE SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING INSTITUTE, 159 South Spring Street, Los Angeles, Cal SESSIONS DAY AND EVENING. For particulars, call at office or address. s2O-ly F. C. WOODBURY, Principal. SOUTHERN SCHOOL OF ELOCUTION AND ORATORY —AMD — INSTITUTE FOR STAMMERERS, Rooms 1, 2 and 3, 205.; South Spring street, Los Angelas. PROF. J. WHITEHORN, Instructor. Reception hours: 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. n2O gIG. A. FARINI'S MUSICAL STUDIO, No. 151 3. Hill Street. Last season in Los Angeles, Pupils prepared for the operatic and concert stage; alto oratorio, class lessons of three and four at reasonable ates. Reception hours from 2 to 3 p. M. daily. n2ltf ATTORNEYS. ROOMS 8 . and 9, Safe Deposit building, cor. New High and Temple sts. nl7tf CHASE & FORRESTER, EXAMINERS OF Titles and Abstractors, Room 35 and 36, Phillips' block. No. 1. n5-tf WALTER ROSE, ATTORNEY AND COUN sellor at Law, room 9 Allen block, corner Spring and Temple sts. n!4 tf ABC Hl l EC fS. /-IHA3. W. 8. Spring Bt., Los Angeles, Cal. n22tf WR. NORTON. ARCHITECT, 30 N. SPRING . St. ' nl2tf (10STERIMAN A FORSYTH, ARCHITECTS, J rooms 21 and 22, 23 8. Spring St., Loi An geles. nlStf EXCURSIONS. Last Burlington' route excursion of the season for the East leaves Thursday, Decembei (ith J. B. QUIGLEY, agent ,112 N. Spring It, Los Angeles. nltf IiIXCI RSIONS-EAST AND WEST, SEMI JLi monthly. Through sleeping cars to Kansas City and Chicago. Free sleeping accommoda tions going East. For lowest rates, etc., apply to WARNER BROS., 34 N. Spring St., Los An geles. Pl2t< DENVER AND RIO GRANDE EXCURSIONS leave Los Angeles November 15th and 29th, December 13th and 27th. Tourist cars com pletelv equipped free of charge. Call on or ad dress F. W. THOMPSON, 110 N. Spring st, Los Angeles n4-tf T7IRKE EXCURSIONS—THROUGH CARS TO X' Chicago. Only one change to Boston. Con ductors and porters accompany all parties. Leave Los Angeles October 11th, November Ist, 15th and 29th, December 13th and 27th. A. PHILLIPS <fcCO., 44 N. Spring St., Los An geleß, Cal. 027-tf UNION PACIFIC OVERLAND via Salt Lake City. Free sleeping cars through to the Missouri River without change. First-class equipment; colored porters. Leaving Los Angeles every Wednesday. For tickets, berths and other information call on or address A J. Hcehtman, Freight and Passenger Agent, No. 236 North Main street 028-tf UNION PACIFIC "EXCURSIONS — FREE sleeping-car accommodations. No change of care between Los Angeles and Kansas City stopping en route 24 hours at Salt Lake City and six hours at Denver. Leave Los Angeles October 16 and 30, November 13 and 27, De cember 11 and 26. Give us the names of your friends coming to California. For tickets, berths, and all information call on-"or address GEO. F. COTTERAL St CO., No. 236 N. Main st nStf REGULAR PHYSICIANS. DR. DARLING OCULIST AND AURIST Office 25 North Main St Office Honrs, 9a. jcto 4 p. m. nltf-d&w EA. DE CAILHOL, M. D.—AT HIS SANT a tarium, Pearl, south of Temple. Telephone 891. nl-tf DR. KANNON, VISITING PHYSICIAN SIT tors' Hospital; 7 1 ' 2 N. Malu St., rooms 1, 2 and 3. 027 tf DR. O. M. BCHULTZ, 24 8. SPrTng~StT Hours, 10 to 12, 2t05, 7 to 8. Night calls promptly answered. n24tf DR. BROWN—OFFICE 115U StT Specialties: All private diseases and dis eases of women. Consultation free. 0'26-tf -nIIRISITAN HEALING AND TEACHING. \J Dr. aud Mrs Emma Hill Truesdell, No 351 S. Hill st, cor. Fifth Normal classes, nll-lm CE. CLACIUS, M. D„ OFFICE, NO. 75 IT . Spring st., rooms 33 and 31. Hours from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m , Specialty—Skin and sexual diseases and chronic diseases in general. n24tf R. W. W. MURPHY,T>CULIST AND AUR ist, 107 8 spring st., Hollenbeck block, Los Angeles. Office hours, 9a. m. to 12 h. and 2to 4 p. M. n24tf MIIS. DR. .1. M. SMITH (FORMERLY MRS. CE. BOURCEY) infirmary and Lying-in Hospital, 145 Bellevue aye. LadLs cared for during confinement Midwifery a specialty. 028 6m DR. E. ROBBINB, MEDICAL ELECT RK lAN, has taken offices in the Phillips' block, (bird floors, rooms 47 aud 48, and will be pre pared to see patients Monday next, November 26th. o3ltf DR. 0. EDGAR BMITH—DISEASES OF men a specialty. Dr. Smith has the exclu sive nae of the Brinkerhoff painless system of treatment for rectal diseases of L. A. city and connty. Office, cor. Spring and Second sts., Hol lenbeck block. n24tf DR. WEST HUGHEB, FORMER RESIDENT Surgeon to the New York Hospital. Sur- Scry (Including genito-urinary diseases) and lseaics of the nose, throat and chest 75 N. Spring st. Hours, 9to 12. 2to 5. n24tf F.BECCA LEE DORSEY, M. I).,OFFICE, SO. 1% N. Main St., rooms 8 and 9. Special at tention paid to obstetrics, gynecology, diseases of chest-and throat and children's diseases. Office hours, 9 to 11 a. m. and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. M. Telephone, No. 513. Night calls prompt y answered. n24tf HOJTIEOPATHINTS. MRS. H.'TYLER WILCOX, M. D.-221 S. Spring st nl2-tf EA. CLARKE, M. D., OFFICE 21 S. FORT . St. Hours Ito4p. m. Telephone 353. R Biaence, 134 S. Hill St. nl4 HC. ROVER, M. D., SURGEON—OFFICE . 44U S. Spring St., rooms 5 and 6 Tele phone 751; answer at all times. Hours; 10 to 12, 3t05,7 to 8. Obstttrlcs; diseases of wo men. n2l-lm* TSAAC FELLOWS, M. D. -HOMEOP ATHIST _L Office Hours—ll to 12 a. m., 2to 5 p. It., Office—Nos. 2 and 5 Odd Fellows' Building, Los Angeles, Cal. Residence 408 South Main street. n9-tf. S3. SALISBURY, M. D.. HOMIHPATHIBT\ • Office, rooms 11 and 12, Brvson block, cor. First and Spring sts. Residence, 538 8. Pearl st. Office hours, 11 a. m. to 3p. v. Telephone Nos.: Office 597: residence 577. n24tt ALLOPATH I NTS. DR.' J. W. REESE, HEALTH OFFICER, NO 7 N. Spring St Telephone 605. 026-tf. SPECIALISTS. 8. . no-c and throat diseases a M<c-|fMPN clalty: 23 years' experience. Santa Ana, Cal. nl7 2m* DENTISTS. DR. R. Q. CUNNINGHA^rSsTjORTH: MAIN at, McDonald block. nIS tf ENTAL INSTITUTE, COR. SPRING AND Temple streets. Set teeth, $5.00; gold fill ing, $1.00; amalgam filling, 50c.; extracting, 25c. One of tho Board of Directors in attend ance every forenoon. A regular graduate in constant attendance. C. V. Baldwin, F. M. Palmer, J. M. White, R. R. Bourne, A, R. Bird E. L. Townßend, Board of Directors, n2l tf 1882—established—1882. DR. L. W. WELLS, DENTIST, ROOMS NOS. 6 and 7, No. 23 8. Spring st. Gold filling, $2 and up; gold and platina alloy, $1.50: com positional; filling root, $3; set teeth on rub ber, $10 Set of gold, $50 and np. Gold crown, $10. Filling teeth painless and gold work a specialty. Teeth extracted, with liquid gBB, only safe and reliable anesthetic in use for ih• painless extraction of teeth, $1; without gas, 50c. n4 10m * DAMS BROS., DENTISTS, 23 S. SPRING l\. street. Rooms 4 and 5, Gold fillings from $2 up. Amalgam and Bilver fillings, $1. Painless extraction of teeth by vitalized air or nitrons oxide gas, $1. Teeth extracted without gas or air, 50 cents. Best se'B of teeth from $6 to $10. By our new method of making teeth, a misfit is impossible AH work guaranteed. We make a specialty of extracting teeth with out pain. Office Honrs from Ba. m., to sp. v. Sundays from 10 a. m to 12 m. Night calls answered office uB-tf KNIGHTS TEMPLAR, CUSUR DE LION Commandery, No. 9, K. T. — Holds its ctated conclaves In ths asylum in Masonic Hall sor. of Spring aud First sts., on the third Thurs ,ay of each month, at 7:30 r FOE SALE —THE— DESTE TRACT, ON WASHINGTON STREET, ABOUT TWO MILES WEST OF CITY. Divided into one and five acre lota. Terms reasonable. Apply to I X* SCHMIDT, u25 tf NO, 1 ARCADIA STREET. CERTIFICATE. Los Angeles, November 5,1888. Having made an offer to Mrs. Ellse Dosteto purchase the grape ciop of her vineyard in the cienega Rancho for the ensuing year at the rsteof $15 per ton, and pay all expenses for picking and hauling, I desire to state as my rea sons that I consider those grapes, although Mis sion grapes, superior in flavor, for a fine wine, to any Zlnfandel wine made in Southern Cali fornia. BECONDO GUABTO, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Wines and Liquors, 113 South Alameda Street. I LOCAL NEWS. The Santa Fe Will Put on a Vestibule Train, ROBBED ON ALISO STREET. The Business of the Fire Commis sioners—The Coal Supply. Town Topics. The vestibuled train which the Santa Fe proposes to run from this city to Chi cago will not be put on the road for about two or three months, as the cars are to be made to order. The Santa Fe will be able to run passengers through to New York by this special service with only one change of cars—that at Chicago —whereas passengers by the Southern Pacific's "Golden Gate special" from San Francisco will have to change twice —at Council Bluffs and at Chicago, un less an arrangement is made by the Union Pacific to run over the tracks of either the Chicago and Northwestern or the Milwaukee and St. Paul from Council Bluffs to Chicago. Mr. Dan True, the representative here of the Pennsylvania system, says that the charge made for vestibuled service by his company from Chicago to New York is three dollars, so those who like luxurious travel will be able to make to make the trip from Los Angeles across the continent for only about ifL'3 above the regular first-class fare. STOOD UP. An Old Ulan Kobbcd Near the Uus Works. Last night about half-past !» o'clock the residents of the neighborhood in the vicinity of the gas works on Aliso street were startled by hearing a man cry for help in a loud voice, and immediately after the voice of another man crying "Stop thief." It appears that an elderly man was passing along the street and that two men jumped upon him, struck him on the head and robbed him of his money. The watchman at the gas works saw the occurrence and chased the men, who ran away and disappeared in the darkness. The man who was robbed started for the Police Station, but he was under the influence of liquor and did not reach his destination. Officers Auble and Hawley went to the vicinity of the robbery, but could find no trace of the men except a hat, which one of them bad left behind in his hurry to get away. The smaller man of the two lost his hat. THE NEW BRIDGES. How the Work la Prog-rcasjing—The Superstructures. In conversation yesterday with Mr. H. H. Burrell who represents the Cali fornia Bridge Company, that gentleman said that the foundations of the Downey avenue Bridge are completed and those of the First-street bridge will be done by Saturday, December Bth. The super structures are-being made in Rochester, N. V., and will possibly be here in about forty days. They represent a good deal of work and a special train has been chartered to convey them across the continent. Mr. Burrell says that the bridges will in all probability be ready for use by February Ist., but in any case will be thrown open within two weeks of that time. He left on No. 18 yesterday for New York to look after the super structures and hurry them along as soon as possible. Exteuslvc Coal Stores. The Santa Fe is reported to have 30,000 tons of coal stored up at San Diego, and the Southern Pacific has a ten months supply scattered about the divisions operated from this city and Mojave, so there is not likely to be any fuel blockade this year. The Santa Fe possesses a great advantage over its competitor on this ground as in New Mexico it runs through extensive coal fields, whereas, the Carbondale property owned by the Southern Pacific can only furnish sup plies for the northern divisions. Los Angeles will enjoy an enormous reduc tion in the price of coal when the Salt Lake road is in operation, as it is esti mated that the black mineral can be brought into this city from the mines in the sunt west of Utah and .sold here .for about $8 a ton. A F'ow I Case. Mrs. Ida Baird and Mrs. Lulu Young live near to one another on Lucas ave nue. Mrs. Young has chickens. Mrs. Baird has a yard. Both of the ladies have children and neighbors. Mrs. Young brings a charge of disturbing the peace against Mrs. Baird and the case takes up the entire .lay at Justice Taney's court. All the neighbors and their chil dren are dragged in as witnesses, although the chickens are not offered as an exhibit in evidence. The case is taken under advisement until Monday. This is what is regularly known in the police courts as the "chicken row." Jcauruii-mcDousrall. Word was received in this city yester day that Mrs. Francesca McDougall, an old resident of Los Angeles, had been married several days ago in San Fran cisco to Edward Jesurun, who is con nected with the freight department of the Southern Pacific in this city. Mrs. McDougall is the widow of Dr. McDou gall, a former Mayor of Los Angeles. Mr. Jesurun is will known in social cir cles here and in New York, where he formerly resided. Struck by a Train. A man by the name of Frank Ton neillier undertook to cross the Southern Pacific railroad track with a horse and wagon yesterday evening about 5:30 o'clock. A box car at the end of a back ing train ran into him and he was thrown out and slightly injured about the head and shoulders. He was taken to the Police Station but he soon found himself in a good enough condition to go to his home. Water Wanted. Mr. Mark L. Kequa, of San Fran cisco, passed through the city yesterday on his way home from Indio, where he has control of large landed interests, the property of his father. He says that as FIVE CENTS. soon as Dorbrow'l patent well-borer gets down to Indio, work will be at once commenced on another search for artesian water. The pump had a final test at the S. P. shops yesterday, and worked satisfactorily. FIXE COMMISSIONERS. Hcports «■ tne tjnlef as Rcfatli Hall Exits. The Board of Fire Commissioners met yesterday in the Mayor's office. Present, Mayor Workman, Mr. Teed and Chief Moriarty. A number of bills were passed, and one bill for damages, caused by engine No. 4 running into a buggy, was referred to the Council. It was recommended that the Council authorize the Fire Commissioners to pur chase of W. C. Furrey two fire bells, one for the Boyle Heights and one for the Temple-street engine house. Chief Moriarty stated that he had sus pended McKeller, a call man of the East Los Angeles engine house, on account of drunkenness. McKeller was ordered discharged. As to the alteration in the way of a stairway which the Board had ordered for Mott Hall, Chief Moriarty reported that he had conferred with Mr. Mott on the subject. According to Mr. Mott, the hall had been leased to Major Russell and the N. G. C. people, not as a place of amusement, but as an armory, and with the understanding that they should place such a stairway in the rear of the ball, opening on Moit alley. Chief Moriarity was requested to notify Major Russell that the hall must not be rented for any entertainment until stair ways have been placed at both front and rear as specified by the Board. Mr. J. Kuhrts reported, through the Chief,that the required alterations would at once be made in Turner Hall. Chief Moriarity reported that the rain had caused the walls of the building now being erected on the Kalisher lot on Main street, between Fifth and Sixth, to crack badly, and that he ordered the walls to be removed and a new founda tion put in. A communication was received from the citizens of Victor Heights and a similar one from citizens near the corner of Temple street and Bellevue avenue asking permission to maintain the extra engine of the department in their re spective localities. Referred to Chief for one week. A communication from Kelleher and other citizens owning more than one fourth of block 9 East Los Angeles asked that no company should be allowed to maintain a gas house or planing mill in said block. Action was postponed until the Council takes action on a new ordi nance now in preparation. A number of applications for positions were received and filed. Adjourned. All Lively A gal n. A merchant who has just returned from a business tour throughout the country, says that everything is begin ning to look as lively aait did a year ago. The hotels which closed during the sum mer season have nearly all opened again, and guests are pouring in daily, not only from local points, but from the East. The retail stores are doing a good busi ness, and those ranchers who missed the "boom," either intentionally or because they held out too long, have settled down to good hard work, and as a result, the country is looking greatly improved. A good deal of building is going on through out the country, and quite a number of brick business houses are going up in provincial towns. A Musical Soiree. Signor A. Fanni, the distinguished maestro, is drilling a couple of amateurs to take part in an excellent soiree musicale he is arranging for Friday evening, December 7th, at Bartlett'e Hall. The programme will include selections from the Huguenots, Ernanx, Lucrezia, Lucia and some of Signor Farini's own com positions. The finale promises to be very attractive. It will consist of the three first acts of Martha in ensemble, in which a number of excellent and trained voices will take part. We feel assured that our music-loving people will fill the hall, as they always do when Signor Farini caters to their musical taste. Like Old Times. The biggest regular passenger train that the Santa Fe has brought into this city since last April arrived yesterday morning from the East. There were about two hundred passengers for Los Angeles, and the sleepers consisting of three Pullmans and two tourist cars were charged to the muzzle. The Southern Pacific also did a big business yesterday. No. 18 was made up of nine cars including three Pullman sleepers. Travel on the local lines of both roads was correspondingly heavy. Heavy Rains In the Desert. Reports from the desert state that the recent rain-storm was very severe down there. Water fell in a veritable torrent i for several hours, the result being that the Southern Pacific track was washed out in several places between Dos Palmos and Finks. A large force of men is, however, kept on hand during the rainy season, and they succeeded in getting the tract in suf ficient repairs to get No. 10, the Atlantic overland, across after about four hours' delay. The road is all right now, and all trains are reported as running on time. Daniel Sully at the Grand. Irish comedy of the best class, as in terpreted by Dan'l Suliy and his com pany of comedians, will be at the Opera House during the coming week. Daddy Nolan will furnish the material for the opening performance, and is remembered as affording a delightful entertainment. It will be repeated Wednesday and Thursday evenings and Saturday after noon. Tlte Comer Grocery will be played Tuesday evening and at the extra mati nee Thursday. It is a roaring comedy, full of movement and action. Other bills will be arranged for Friday and Sat urday evening performances. Called. Away. Col. G. Burton, Inspector General of Pay Accounts, will leave for San Fran cisco to-morrow in accordance with an order transferring him to the Presidio. This is not an outcome of General Miles' promotion, as Colonel Burton was or dered away before the General received official notification of his own change of quarters. Colonel Burton will leave be hind him a host of friends, for wherever he goes he is always a favorite, both so cially und in business life.